Rift Monsters coming back

Hello Rift Monsters and Players! One day of quarantine madness I was talking to my wife about the situation of our players (btw never watch polsat games ! ) , that is basically the whole world My little girl was listening to this conversation and suddenly she asked (I paraphrase):

  • Can I turn myself in?
  • Sure!
  • I have a question. If our hairdresser has been working for 10 years, why hasn't she made enough money to play 24 hours a day? The daughter is 7 years old, we have never discussed this before. She is unfamiliar with the subject of financial pillow. Nevertheless, this was obvious to her. If a company has been on the market for X years and after 3 WEEKS of crisis it has to close because it did not receive any kind help from the government, then... what kind of company? In my opinion, the Esportowt business should provide stability for difficult times. And this is only achievable if it offers something to customers and not to a bank or the European Union. If a company does not do this, it either works overnight or goes on credit. And that's why it will go bankrupt, and the bad governance option will have nothing to do with it. I understand that many people's frustration is now reaching its peak. Before you send me a message that I've been shit, remember one thing: this is not a contest for the worst business situation. Fury and bitterness are natural. However, I don't tolerate claiming and dragging others to the bottom. You can pour in hectoliters of grief, but that won't solve the problem. We have a difficult task ahead of us: to find ourselves in a new reality. I think the only cure is to be rational and confront the truth. It is not an art to run a business in times of hills, when people have nothing to do with money. Now comes the time to learn. Learning ... to play games .

On this side of Veggie Goat Gametroll - I will teach you the real fight in the untrue world.

I am also on esporttalk twitter reddit (type veggor in the search engine)

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